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Among some imperial palaces now at Hue, this building is most important "crown palace" where every single kings of the dynasty crowned. Until now at the central of the palace, we kept intact "golden chair". For Vietnamese in general, locals in particular they always respect...More
Right behind the main entrance, this vast and richly-decorated building, very well restored, gives a stunning first look to the Imperial Palace and a good idea of the splendor of the N'guyen dynasty. My only regret: no pictures inside...
It is one of the surviving palace buildings within the old Imperial Citadel. It is a beautiful Nguyen palace with original furniture, fittings, decoration and artwork. Many of the palaces in the citadel are damaged, however, this palace is in a good condition.
We hired bikes ($2 per day) from DMZ and cycled to the Citadel. I recommend it, the place is huge. It wasn't difficult to leave the bikes (V Dong 10,000 per bike) and go into the Palace. This was interesting, though much has been destroyed...More
A beautiful Nguyen palace with original furniture and fittings, specifically for each Nguyen king so memorialized. Has an alter for each along with his Royal bed. Great video presentation inside helps with understanding it all. Enjoy!